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Making the deal with the devil and losing his soul was the easiest part of the whole affair. Obtaining power seemed to be a breeze as well. Keeping his sanity proved to be impossible.

Sam has it all. A good family, A loving girlfriend, loyal friends, money, prestige, power. The only thing he lacks is a conscience. When the devil comes Knocking, he answers. Offered all the p
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Kindle Edition, 94 pages
Published September 30th 2014 by self-published
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Ellie Midwood
Jul 08, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: dark-read
“The Faust Syndrome” is a perfect read for all fans of dark fic genre. It’s haunting, atmospheric, disturbing just enough to deliver its message about the corruption of a human soul and how it may affect one’s decision and their entire life’s course. The idea of selling one’s soul to a demonic power was done before but the author definitely takes a fresh and very interesting take on it. Also, what I appreciated was that the story is written using an unreliable protagonist technique, which to me ...more
Rhoda D'Ettore
Dec 18, 2014 rated it it was amazing
This is an interesting story if you stick with it. I say that because I almost never read first person writing. However, this reads more like a memoir, as the narrator tells us his story from memory--which I think pulls the reader in more than most first person fiction. A young man who is filled with jealousy longs for all the things in life that are attainable--yet he does not wish to work for it. Then on a cold November night, he is approached by Satan's minion to sell his sold. From that poin ...more
Angela
Oct 29, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Great story with exceptional writing. Definitely on the horror side of stories, this book is full of suspense with a twist at the end that makes you want to go back and start it again, just because "now you know". I did not want to put it down! I will be buying more of Jaysen True Blood's books.
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Jay has been writing for almost as long as he has been reading. He learned how to structure a good story through several sources. His parents were both good storytellers. Growing up in a modern home without television, he honed his imagination on old radio shows and TV-on-stereo.

The books he learned the most from were Robert E. Howard's "Conan" saga and Edgar Rice Burroughs' "John Carter Of Mars"
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